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  • Alberta Sprint Racing Canoe Association
    The ASRCA is a non-profit sporting organization that administers the sprint disciplines of canoe and kayak in the province of Alberta. We welcome anyone who enjoys paddling as a sport or recreational activity. Alberta athletes in the sport of Canoeing and Kayaking have been successful both Nationally and Internationally. It is the commitment of the Alberta Sprint Racing Canoe Association (ASRCA) to continue to support the development of the sport and its athletes. The focus of the ASRCA this year and in years to come will be on attracting new athletes, skill development and producing a Team to best represent Alberta at National and regional events.
    http://www.asrca.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Alberta Whitewater Association
    Provincial sport organization for whitewater canoeing. The AWA is the provincial governing body for kayak and closed deck canoe paddle sports. This includes the following: K1/C1/C2 Slalom Racing, Wildwater Racing, Freestyle Competition & Training, Educational & Instructor Certification, Recreational Paddling. Whitewater paddling sport will be broadly represented across Alberta through a network of paddling clubs and disciplines that support recreational paddling and slalom, wildwater, freestyle and canoe polo competition. Edmonton, AB Canada
    http://www.albertawhitewater.ca/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Aquabatics Calgary
    Located in the shadow of the Canadian rockies, Aquabatics Calgary is positioned in an enviable location for paddlesports. Mountain lakes, large slow moving rivers, exciting natural whitewater and man made playparks are all close by. Our Goal: To be Canada's leading paddlesports resource, retail and education facility. By fusing our passion for paddling, the natural resources we have locally, an industry leading online presence and partnerships with the best brands in the business, AQ Calgary strives to provide the best service, information, courses and products in specialty paddlesports. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.aquabaticscalgary.com/
    (Added: Tue Mar 14 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Borealis Canoe Club
    The Objectives of the Borealis Canoe Club: Promote local recreational canoeing by providing maps, routes, information, current conditions, and contacts. Share knowledge and learning through clinics and training. Organize social events, gatherings, and trips. Cooperate with other clubs and associations in the province and country. Encourage safe, low impact camping and canoeing. Support the protection and conservation of our sustainable paddling environment. Provide a point of contact and voice representing the interests of local recreational paddling. Area of Operation – Lower Athabasca Region. Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
    http://borealiscanoe.ca/
    (Added: Wed Jan 29 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Bow Valley Kayak Club
    Learn to kayak in a fun, safe, friendly and supportive environment! The Bow Valley Kayak Club aims to promote the sport of kayaking to all residents of the Bow Valley, through a wide range of paddling opportunities. Intro courses, freestyle/slalom clinics, summer camps, pool sessions at Elevation Place, etc. Canmore, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.kanpaddle.ca/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Bow Waters Canoe Club
    The club offers Adult Lessons, Group Lessons, Youth Camps, a Clubhouse, social activities, canoe trips and more. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.bowwaters.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Calgary Canoe Club
    The Calgary Canoe Club provides training and promotes excellence in all canoe and kayak disciplines (such as sprint racing, outrigger and marathon), and provides the opportunity to all members of the community to experience lifelong learning skills through paddling. The Calgary Canoe Club was established in 1959, and from the beginning the club has strived to promote safe and enjoyable paddling experiences through recreational and educational programs. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.calgarycanoeclub.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 27 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Calgary Kayak Club
    The Calgary Kayak Club is a relatively informal organization of whitewater kayakers (NOT sea or lake kayaking) in the Calgary area. We are a registered Society in Alberta and a member club of the Alberta Whitewater Association (AWA). The main activities of the CKC include organizing the Kananaskis Whitewater Festival (KWF) and Kayak Polo at the SAIT pool in Calgary. We also host Calpaddle, an on-line paddling forum for the Calgary area. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.calgarykayakclub.com/
    (Added: Wed Jan 27 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Ceyana Canoe Club
    The Ceyana Canoe Club was incorporated in 1978 and at times over the past thirty plus years has been the largest canoe club in Edmonton. At the moment the club has a membership of over 225 paddlers. The Ceyana Canoe Club offers a mix of family-oriented canoeing and kayaking programs. The club offers an instructional program for new members, approximately three club trips per month, a seasonal social program, and maintains a storage facility for the club canoes, kayaks, trailers, and associated gear. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.ceyana.ca/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Ceyana Canoe Club
    Incorporated in 1978, Ceyana Canoe Club is the largest canoe club in Edmonton. We have 200 member paddlers of all ages. Ceyana offers a mix of family-oriented canoeing and kayaking programs, including: Courses, Trips, Social events, and Drop-in paddling. The club has been instrumental in the past with: the Klondike Days Canoe Regatta, the development of Dragon Boat Racing in Edmonton, the Edmonton Paddling Centres Association and the Rundle Park Paddling Centre, and the 2008 David Thompson Brigade and later brigades. Ceyana is a major supporter of Paddle Alberta - our provincial recreational paddling association. Edmonton, AB Canada
    https://ceyanacanoeclub.wildapricot.org/
    (Added: Mon Dec 04 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Edmonton Whitewater Paddlers Club
    The Club is a registered non-profit society formed in 1973 for the purpose of promoting canoe and kayak paddling for recreation and competition. We are a member club of Whitewater Canada which is the amateur sport governing body for canoeing and kayaking in Canada, as well as the Canadian Canoe Polo Committee and a member of the Alberta Canoe Polo Association (ACPA) which is the provincial body governing the growth of Canoe (kayak) Polo in Alberta. We are active year round with a variety of activities. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    http://paddleewp.ca/
    (Added: Wed Jan 27 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Grande Prairie Canoe Club
    The Grande Prairie Canoe Club promotes safe, recreational canoeing and kayaking on mainly wilderness rivers in the Peace country in an environmentally friendly manner. We offer fabulous weekend canoe camping trips (where we camp in the wilderness) through some of the most scenic country in Alberta. There are also several single day trips close to home. Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.grandeprairiecanoeclub.org/
    (Added: Tue Jan 31 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Greater Edmonton Racing Canoe & Kayak Club
    The Greater Edmonton club is a non-profit organization that has been established since 2003. The goal of the club is to promote programs designed to give communities the opportunity to experience the sport of canoeing or kayaking. The club offers a wide variety of programs and membership entitles you to use of boats and equipment. Edmonton, AB Canada
    http://www.edmontonsprintcanoe.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Haskin Canoe
    Haskin Canoe is based out of the Edmonton area however our adventures and courses are offered throughout the province. There are paddling opportunities throughout the summer, snowshoeing in the winter, and Red Cross First Aid Courses year around. For over 20 years, owner and Chief Education Officer, Priscilla Haskin has been leading wilderness canoe trips and providing canoe training. Here in Alberta, she is recognized as one of Paddle Canada's leading providers of canoe certification and has been instrumental in the updating and development of the national canoe programs. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.haskincanoe.ca/
    (Added: Sat Feb 01 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • High Level Canoes & Kayaks
    We are Southern Alberta's largest kayak and boat store. We have over 100 boats in stock and all the gear to get you started. We also offer rentals and Certified Instruction Year Round. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.highlevelcanoesandkayaks.com/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Leduc Boat Club
    Leduc Boat Club has a wide variety of paddling sports & programs to suit anyone who love’s being on the water. We offer programs and rentals for teams or just people that want to give it a try. Our Drop-In provides recreational canoeing, kayaking and rowing** opportunities for LBC members and the general public. This Program provides all equipment (boats, paddles, life jackets) and some basic instruction for those who have never paddled before. This is an ideal way to try different recreational boats, to go for a night out on Telford Lake to relax or brush up on paddling skills. Leduc, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.leducboatclub.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nahanni Wild
    Experience True Wilderness on the Nahanni River. At Nahanni Wild we outfit and guide canoe and raft trips on Canada's renowned South Nahanni River and a select offering of the finest mountain and tundra river trips across the North. Each of our adventures has been hand crafted through years of service and a longstanding commitment to our 'True Wilderness Philosophy'. We enjoy knowing each of our guests by name and assisting them in finding and preparing for the right adventure. Canmore, Alberta, Canada
    https://nahanniwild.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 09 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Northwest Voyageurs Canoe and Kayak Club
    At the Northwest Voyageurs, we are comprised of both canoeists and kayakers of all types and skill levels. It's an ideal club in which to have fun and develop your paddling skills with knowledgeable fellow enthusiasts! From April to October we offer one of the most extensive paddling schedules in Alberta. Occasionally we also organize longer sea kayaking trips on the west coast and wilderness adventures on northern rivers. Of course there are always social events like our monthly meetings, barbecues, skiing trips and skating parties. For those new to the sports of canoeing or kayaking, we have excellent training programs, offer numerous workshops, and have a large fleet of boats available for club members. If you are an outdoor enthusiast and would like to spend some great time on the water, browse our site and see what we have to offer! We look forward to meeting you! Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.nwvoyageurs.com/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Otter Rafting
    Alberta white water rafting on the Red Deer River. The half day rafting trip is the most fun you can squeeze into a short time. Or a full day white water rafting trip, starting in with some white water action right away, followed by a hot riverside lunch. Afterwards raft some of the wildest white water rapids the Red Deer River has to offer! Otter Rafting Adventures has been operating for more than 30 years by the same owner, on the Upper Red Deer River. When it comes to experience – we have it!! We operate a safe, efficient, customer and environmentally friendly business. Our Rafting Center is the perfect place to start your day in comfort. Rafting the Upper Red Deer River, we have helped make it one of the most popular rivers for white water rafting Alberta has to offer and is considered second best in all of Canada for a fun white water trip! Sundre, AB Canada
    http://otterrafting.com/
    (Added: Sun Jan 31 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Paddle Alberta
    Paddle Alberta was formed in 1973 by the paddling clubs of Alberta to address the needs of the recreational paddlers in Alberta. Paddle Alberta promotes and supports safe, sustainable recreational canoeing and kayaking in Alberta. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.paddlealberta.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Paddle Junkies
    As a whitewater paddling club, Paddlejunkies main goal and purpose is to bridge the gap between early beginner paddlers, and intermediate paddlers. We seek to create a community that is welcoming, and non-threatening to new paddlers, and to provide safe and challenging paddling opportunities for paddlers ready to gain swiftwater experience. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.paddlejunkies.com/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pinch-O-Crow Creekers
    South West Alberta's Premier Paddling Club. Founded in 1995 the Pinch-O-Crow Creekers started organizing kayak trips and pool times for the region its named after. Since then its families and friends have enjoyed great paddling opportunities right here in Southwest Alberta. From beginner courses to summer camps and National championships the POCC has helped its paddlers with all their passions. Anyone can become a member, just visit our membership page, download the form and send it to us. Or you can meet us in person at one of our scheduled events. Lundbreck, AB Canada
    http://www.pinchocrowcreekers.com/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sistership Dragon Boat Association
    The Sistership Dragon Boat Association provides opportunities, through the sport of dragon boating, for people diagnosed with breast cancer to: foster wellness; partner with the community; heighten the profile and importance of breast health. Sistership was started in 1998 by a group of women from Calgary. Each one had experienced breast cancer and they set about forming the first dragon boat racing team in Alberta comprised of persons living with the disease. Their commitment to learn to paddle a dragon boat became a symbol of this group's quest to rebuild the health and confidence eroded by a cancer diagnosis. Belonging to this team meant uniting in a group effort toward a common goal and served to motivate and empower these members while reducing the loneliness of the cancer experience. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.sistershipcalgary.com/
    (Added: Sat Feb 01 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • St. Albert Canoe and Kayak Club
    The St. Albert Canoe and Kayak Club is a non profit organization, established in 1989. The club provides competitive and recreational canoe and kayaking programs for St. Albert and surrounding areas for both youths & adults. The St. Albert Canoe and Kayak Club is an affiliated club of the Alberta Sprint Racing Canoe Association. ASRCA is the provincial governing body for the sport of Sprint Racing Canoe in the province of Alberta. Other Affiliations include Leduc Boat Club, Greater Edmonton racing canoe kayak club & the Calgary Canoe Club. St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.sackc.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Undercurrents
    We are the experts for canoes, kayaks and paddleboards in Calgary and throughout Alberta! As Alberta's largest paddling store and school, our 6500+ sq. ft. facility houses more than 200 canoes, kayaks and SUP boards! Plus all the gear that goes with them! All of our instructors are fully certified and continue to persue ongonig training to ensure you are always learning from the best! Our enthusiastic professional instructors specialize in teaching you the skills you need in a fun, comfortable and safe environment. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.undercurrents.ca/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Undercurrents
    We are the experts for canoes, kayaks and paddleboards in Calgary and throughout Alberta! As Alberta's largest paddling store and school, our 6500+ sq. ft. facility houses more than 200 canoes, kayaks and SUP boards! Plus all the gear that goes with them! Undercurrents' experts will help you sort through our huge selection of canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and gear to choose the best products for your needs. All of our instructors are fully certified and continue to persue ongonig training to ensure you are always learning from the best! Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.undercurrentsonline.com/
    (Added: Wed Jan 27 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • United Albertan Paddling Society
    We are a whitewater kayaking club based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Our focus is on introducing both youth and adults to kayaking as an active lifestyle choice. The UAPS teaches new members paddling skills in a pool, and then introduces them to paddling on the river with Alberta Whitewater Association certified coaches. Also the club runs several paddling trips in the summer.
    http://www.paddleuaps.ca/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Voyageur Brigade Society
    Linking paddlers with adventure. The Voyageur Brigade Society was established in 2009 to ensure that the enthusiasm generated by the 2008 David Thompson Brigade would persist into the future and that voyageur brigades would occur on a regular basis. We are using the CANOE as a symbol to make all Canadians aware of what a great country this is, how we were, are and will be all linked by cross continent and global trade and how valuable our rich water resources are. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    http://voyageurbrigade.org/
    (Added: Sat Jan 23 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Wapiti Whitewater Kayakers
    Wapiti Whitewater Kayakers is primarily a whitewater kayaking club engaged in activities related to kayaking which include but are not limited to: recreational kayaking on lakes or rivers, whitewater slalom racing, freestyle whitewater, whitewater downriver racing, and canoe (kayak) polo. We aim to further the skills of all club members in any kayaking venue they enjoy, by providing qualified instruction, training, and facilitation of an active club trip schedule. We also offer our services to the public at large with an emphasis on providing positive kayaking experiences to youth groups. Northwestern Alberta, Canada
    http://www.wapitikayakers.ca/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Waterlogged Paddling Club
    Waterlogged Paddling Club was founded in 2009 by a group of kayaking and canoeing enthusiasts looking to expand their horizons and meet new people who share a love for the sport. Interest has been phenomenal and we now have over 30 members joining us for training clinics, sports and adventures. The mission of Waterlogged Paddling Club is to promote the safe practice of canoeing and kayaing for all types of paddlers, and we offer members the opportunity to challenge themselves. Lethbridge, AB Canada
    http://www.waterloggedpaddling.com/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Waterwerks Kayak Club
    Waterwerks Kayak Club encourages and facilitates the growth of canoeing and kayaking on moving water by enabling its youth and adult members to develop their paddling skills leading to a stronger paddling community. We offer programs year-round for beginner to advanced paddlers. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    http://waterwerks.ca/
    (Added: Sun Jan 26 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Wild Water Adventures
    Whitewater rafting on the Kicking Horse River near Banff, Alberta in Canada is an exciting and fun outdoor adventure. Located at Banff National Park, one of Canada's most popular travel destinations, the famous Kicking Horse River, provides a perfect rafting trip for all abilities and ages from 8-80. Daily trips are available from mid-May to mid-September for first-time or experienced white water adventurers, families who enjoy outdoor recreation and those seeking a milder white water rafting experience in Canada. Choose from a variety of exciting white water rafting and milder river journeys. Enjoy our exciting two-day rafting trip for an unbeatable family vacation, or helicopter into the Canadian wilderness and raft on the Spillimacheen, a truly wild river. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada
    http://www.wildwater.com/
    (Added: Mon Dec 05 2005) - Report this link as bad!
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